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  • Kingfisher 75406

    RADIO RECEIVER MANUAL Company Foster Avenue, Wheeling, IL 60090-6574 847 f 847 e-mail [email protected] RECEIVER CONTOLLER Radio Receiver Controller is a microprocessor-based device which can be remotely activated by Radio Transmitters to automatically control a fire pump controller, remote sirens, lights, or other electri- devices. The Radio Receiver Controller basically consists of the following modules: antenna receives transmissions from the transmitters located in the remote area. radio receiver inputs RF from the antenna to its RF module. It is amplified and demodulated. audio signal is extracted and prepared for the tone filter. tone filter inputs the audio signal and filters out the individual tones and encodes them for by the microprocessor. microprocessor monitors, validates and deciphers the encoded tone information. It compares newly acquired information with the critical transmitter and zone information which has been and loaded in the memory. If a match is found, it is ready to propagate the control to the output relays. relay module consists of four form C relays which provide maximum contact current,rated at 7 240VAC or 30VDC. Relays 1, 2, and 3 can be programmed individually to react to a certain of critical transmitters and zones. The On-time delay(0-250seconds) and the Off-time delay(1- can be programmed into the software. Relay 4 gives a system supervisory output. power supply provides the necessary power requirements for all the circuitry of the Radio Controller, and provides a charging current to the back-up battery. case of an AC power failure, the back-up battery supplies the necessary power and is recharged the power supply module. Company Foster Ave., Wheeling, IL. 60090-6574 847 f 847 e-mail [email protected] Internet: www.kfco.com 75406 04/05 RISK OF ELECTRICAL SHOCK. READ THIS INSTALLATION MANUAL COMPLETELY BEFORE OR SERVICING PANELS. CHASSIS MUST BE CONNECTED TO EARTH GROUND. OBSERVE HOT AND NEUTRAL POLARITY WHEN CONNECTING AC DO NOT APPLY AC OR BATTERY POWER DURING INSTALLATION. AVOID INSTALLATIONS THAT ARE IN DIRECT SUNLIGHT AND IN RUNOFF PATHS. SELECTION- LOCATE AND INSTALL THE PANEL SO THAT VIBRATION OR JARRING NOT CAUSE ACCIDENTAL OPERATION. MOUNT PANEL ON A STRUCTURALLY SOUND WALL. GENERALLY, LOCATION IS A WALL AREA CONVENIENT TO RUN THE CON- FOR CONTROL CIRCUITS, ANTENNA, AND AC POWER THE PANEL SHOULD BE LOCATED TO PROVIDE; A CLEAR VIEW OF AND MINIMUM ARC OF 16 FOR PANEL DOOR CLEAR- OPERATION OF SWITCHES, AND MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS. 75406 04/05 Company Foster Ave., Wheeling, IL. 60090-6574 847 f 847 e-mail [email protected] Internet: www.kfco.com of Contents of Enclosure – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – -1 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – -1 Mounting – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – -1 Wiring – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – -2 Receiver Controller – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – -3 Description – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – -4-5 Box Number/Description of Operation – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – -5 Transmitter Numbers – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – -6-10 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – -11 Parts – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – -12 Company Foster Ave., Wheeling, IL. 60090-6574 847 f 847 e-mail [email protected] Internet: www.kfco.com 75406 04/05 OF ENCLOSURE shall be undertaken only by properly skilled, trained and qualified professionals who are experienced modern industrial installations and all applicable codes and requirements. Read all instructions first. Do not connect batteries or apply powe

  • Kingfisher 75853 Installation

    KFRTI-20/52 A MANUAL Company Foster Avenue, Wheeling, IL 60090-6574 847 f 847 e-mail [email protected] Internet www.kfco.com RISK OF ELECTRICAL SHOCK. READ THIS INSTALLATION MANUAL COMPLETELY BEFORE OR SERVICING PANELS. CHASSIS MUST BE CONNECTED TO EARTH GROUND. OBSERVE HOT AND NEUTRAL POLARITY WHEN CONNECTING AC DO NOT APPLY AC OR BATTERY POWER DURING INSTALLATION. AVOID INSTALLATION IN DIRECT SUNLIGHT AND IN RAIN RUNOFF DO NOT INSTALL CONDUIT INTO THE TOP SURFACE OF THE SELECTION- LOCATE AND INSTALL THE PANEL SO THAT VIBRATION OR WILL NOT CAUSE ACCIDENTAL OPERATION. MOUNT PANEL ON A STRUCTURALLY SOUND WALL. GENERALLY, LOCATION IS A WALL AREA CONVENIENT TO RUN THE FOR ZONE INPUTS, ANTENNA, AND AC POWER THE PANEL SHOULD BE LOCATED TO PROVIDE; A CLEAR VIEW OF AN ARC OF 16 FOR PANEL DOOR CLEARANCE, OF SWITCHES, AND MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS. Company Foster Ave., Wheeling, IL. 60090-6574 847 f 847 e-mail [email protected] Internet: www.kfco.com OF ENCLOSURE shall be undertaken only by properly skilled, trained and qualified professionals who are in modern industrial installations and all applicable codes and requirements. all instructions first. not connect batteries or apply power until wiring and installation is complete and checked. Co. equipment must be installed in accordance with NFPA-72 / NFC codes, The Electric Code, the Local Authority Having Jurisdiction and King-Fisher Co. manuals and a suitable position and structure for mounting the enclosure. REMOVE the subplate(s) assembly from the enclosure by removing the four (4) nuts and washers (8) nuts & washers KFRTI-52 panel REMOVE the mouting hole knockouts located at the rear of the enclosure. HOLES HOLES HOLES Company Foster Ave., Wheeling, IL. 60090-6574 847 f 847 e-mail [email protected] Internet: www.kfco.com 75853 05/01 1 MOUNT the enclosure on a wall using appropriate hardware shown. Use stainless steel hardware for the enclosure in accordance with proper installation requirements. MOUNT HARDWARE all conduit necessary to the enclosure. must NOT enter through the top of enclosure. Knockouts are provided on the and bottom of the cabinet. DO NOT knockouts with sub-plate(s) installed. conduit to the enclosure using water- fittings with star locknuts. DO NOT reducing washers. S.S. SCREW S.S FLAT WASHER separate conduit runs are required: Power Inputs and Audibles Coax Cable Reinstall sub-plate(s) and secure with 4 nuts washers (8 nuts & washers in KFRTI-52 panel). Remove all PC boards. Slide each circuit board out, one at a time, and lay them down in order on a dry, non-conductive surface. Keep all circuit boards and zone boards in sequence as they are coded for proper transmission. MOUNTING SIDE VIEW (SIDE VIEW) ANCHOR Mtdg. Detail WIRING ZONE LUG 2 75853 05/01 Company Foster Ave., Wheeling, IL. 60090-6574 847 f 847 e-mail [email protected] Internet: www.kfco.com WIRING wiring must be based on current NFPA ( National Fire Protection Association) and NEC (National Code) standards. Due to varying local and/or other building, electric, and fire codes, it is highly that the installer review all applicable codes in addition to NFC (National Fire Codes). and final acceptance of system installation shall be subject to the authority having jurisdiction. drawing 76807, 76810, 76803-1, and 76806-1 while reading the following instructions. Dress field wiring around the bottom and right sides of the enclosure. Pull AC wiring into the cabinet. The KFRTI-20/52 panel operates on 120 VAC. 50/60Hz. single phase Connect HOT and NEUTRAL to terminals. This panel requires a 15 Amp/120 VAC Circuit or fused circuit to be installed external t

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  • Kingfisher PrePlan Manual

    PREPLAN SOFTWARE 4 MANUAL Company Foster Avenue, Wheeling, IL 60090-6574 847 f 847 e-mail [email protected] Internet www.kfco.com has been designed for the small fire department, or the department which is dispatched a central source. This program reinforces and complements the efforts of the members of the response It assures that they approach a site with the information necessary to safely and efficiently attack the rescue the occupants, and sidestep or neutralize special risks. manual has been designed for the user to read. To meet this design, it is SHORT and COMPREHEN- Each responder, dispatcher or preplanner should take the one hour or less needed to read it through. THE PACKAGE – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – -8 THE PROGRAM – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – -9 PASSWORD PROTECTION – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – -9 EXTENDED PREPLAN CATEGORIES – – – – – – – – – -10 GEOGRAPHICAL RECORDS – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – -11 Record Types – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – -11 Record Information Fields – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – -11 Preplan Notes – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – -14 PROCESSING AND RECALL – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – -15 up record for response or view – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – -15 Screen – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – -16 Preplan Notes – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – -16 Incident Memo Pad – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – -16 FireGraphics – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – -18 A – Block Format. B – FireGraphics Company Foster Ave., Wheeling, IL. 60090-6574 847 f 847 e-mail [email protected] Internet: www.kfco.com 75607 05/04 1 by KING-FISHER COMPANY is designed to fulfill the needs of the smaller emergency response volunteer fire departments, private emergency response entities and those which are dis- by an oversight organization. It enables the user to store up to as many categories of information to those responding to a given location, then quickly (or automatically) retrieving that informa- when the need arises. media for PrePlan consist of one CD-ROM. the PrePlan installation CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive, then type, from theWindows command. During the installation procedure, PrePlan software, Acrobat Reader and Volo Express will be loaded to your C: Drive in Program Files, under the name of King-Fisher MENU SCREEN 2 75607 05/04 Company Foster Ave., Wheeling, IL. 60090-6574 847 f 847 e-mail [email protected] Internet: www.kfco.com MAIN MENU appears at the start of PrePlan. may select an activity from this menu by clicking on the Icon of your preference. at the bottom left corner of the window the Date and Time is displayed. When setting up the pro- first go to SETTINGS. If you plan to have a password-protected operation, click on the Change BUTTON. the Password Window will open. for some reason you do not want to use password protection, then just click on the button whenev- this window appears. the master user, you should be prepared with three passwords which you either commit to memory or yet) write down and place in a secure, easily remembered location.To proceed with entering your just click on the button a new window will open. enter a password for Access Password for and finally a password for These three (3) passwords can be the same word or different if you desire. click on the Access Settings button. For PrePlan to work with King-Fisher Radio Consoles (KFRA-C

  • Kingfisher Product Manuals

    WELCOME Company Foster Avenue, Wheeling, IL 60090-6574 847 f 847 e-mail [email protected] Internet www.kfco.com COMPANY e-mail [email protected] Internet: www.kfco.com was founded as Carl J. King and Company in 1967 by Carl J. King. When Emerson B. Fisher a partner in 1970, the company was renamed King-Fisher Company. Both Carl and Emerson had experience within the radio, fire and security communications, personnel alerting systems (PAS), protection and alarm detection equipment industry prior to their involvement with King-Fisher. Since early 1970 the company has been involved in developing radio alarm systems, including customized detection equipment and control panel systems. Keeping abreast of new technological developments, Company continually updates its systems and components. 1981, the Company relocated to a newly constructed a state of the art manufacturing facility in Wheeling, Shortly thereafter, King-Fisher developed a line of emergency dispatching and fire management programs. Development of the computer-aided dispatch (CAD) and computer fire management and (CAD 2000) software products began in 1983. The software products have served to enhance King- product line and broaden King-Fisher position in the market. / SERVICES designs, develops and manufactures state-of-the-art emergency communication and fire detec- and protection systems. The Company sells complete systems as well as components for existing sys- It also provides installation services for customers. Components of a typical system sold by the might include one or more receivers/processors, radio call boxes, interfaces, evacuation devices, antennas, battery chargers and rechargeable batteries. leading edge communications systems are based upon radio transmission technology. Radio- systems tend to be more economical than traditional hard-wired systems. In addition, radio alarm facilitates rapid transmission of signals, saving critical seconds during emergency situations. radio systems can also be easily expanded due to the absence of hard-wired connections. The receiv- station has an AM (or FM-FSK) receiver which is specially designed for radio call box applications. signals from up to 25 miles (line of site) away can be received and decoded by the receiver and without the need of a repeater. King-Fisher Company manufacturers a complete line of Repeaters, can extend the range to any required distance, or may be used in severe terrain locations. the event of an emergency, signals are sent either manually by a remote hand-held unit, or automatically. box push buttons (designated for Fire, Security, etc.) may be pushed manually. Central control detection which monitor heat, smoke, other approved detectors or special functions (i.e. Medical, Security, will automatically transmit signals to the receiving base station. Received signals are then decoded and with an audio signal and visual display, along with a written message which is printed and dis- by the base station. RADIO RECEIVING STATIONS KFRA-C Base Radio Receiving Station is one of the latest state-of-the-art emergency radio and signal processors on the market. The unit detects and processes radio transmissions from FCC- emergency radio call box transmitters. The KFRA-C is designed to interface with numerous detec- and alerting devices as well as many computer-aided dispatch management systems. Units are powered 12 volt DC, 50 ampere-per-hour batteries for 24 hours of standby power (48, 60 and 90 hours also Memory units in the KFRA-C enable the station to store up to 500 address identity numbers zones) of radio call box transmitters used with the system. The unit audio and visually displays emer- messages, and produces a permanent record of received signals is printed by a digital impact printer. unit is available in a variety of configurations. TRANSMITTER King-Fisher KFAPT panel provides the most reliable and efficient means of transmitting radio coded and trouble signals to an Emergency Service Dispatch Center having a KFRA-C radio fire alarm up to 25 miles away (line of site). connected to various array of addressable panels the KFAPT panel can transmit instantaneously up 1008 addressable devices. Individual coded alarm and trouble signals include smoke

  • Kingfisher Sales Batteries

    RECHARGEABLE BATTERY PACKS Company Foster Avenue, Wheeling, IL 60090-6574 847 f 847 e-mail [email protected] Internet www.kfco.com not short battery leads. King-Fisher batteries are capable of extremely high short currents, even when partially discharged. This high current can cause internal of the battery and permanent damage. A shorted battery can also be a fire explosion hazard. Be sure to always use the polarized connectors supplied on Never remove wires from connector. Company Foster Ave., Wheeling, IL. 60090-6574 847 f 847 e-mail [email protected] Internet: www.kfco.com DESCRIPTION construction of the King-Fisher Battery Pack is pressure sealed, allowing it to be charged and discharged in any position. spiral-wound plate design results in low internal impedance and the highest energy and power density of any lead- battery. sealed lead-acid cell offers superior performance with up to ten year life expectancy and true maintenance free characteris – The King-Fisher Battery Pack permits faster charge and discharge rates and greater shelf life as compared to other types of In standby situations, King-Fisher Battery Packs exhibit low self-discharge rates, approximately 4 times less than ni-cads, which render them ideal for long periods of standby usage. features of the King-Fisher Battery Packs are: voltage over a wide temperature range. life in float/constant current charge applications because of high purity grids effect so important for long standby application. King-Fisher Battery Pack is thoroughly tested to guarantee its full potential for maximum service. Each Battery Pack is given a simulated load of approximately ten times the expected field condition. In addition, all King-Fisher Battery Packs charged to full capacity prior to shipping. RECHARGING proper battery recharging it is recommended that the King-Fisher 10-circuit battery charger Model KFCB-10M be used. The battery charger is specifically designed for recharging the KF17007 battery pack. These battery packs may be left the King-Fisher 10-circuit battery charger indefinitely. The KFCB-10M can be factory modified to charge any of the King- Battery Packs. Battery Packs in the maintenance mode will be kept at 100% state of charge as long as the battery is kept on the Totally discharged batteries will normally be to 100% state of charge within 48 hours. Company Foster Ave., Wheeling, IL. 60090-6574 847 f 847 e-mail [email protected] Internet: www.kfco.com 1 SPECIFICATIONS batteries are available in EIGHT basic sizes and may be combined to form batteries of varying sizes and capabili- Each cell is encased in a metal can, electrically isolated to prevent accidental shorting, and incorporates a self-resealing valve which will vent under abusive overcharge conditions. Gold plated corrosion resistant connectors are shipped with King-Fisher battery. Number Rating (10 hour rate) Battery Voltage Charging Voltage Current High Rate 17121 42.0Ahr. Low Rate Expectancy* (L x H x D) Yrs. 10.6×3.1×1.9 10.5×4.25×2 Yrs. Yrs. Yrs. Yrs. 6.5x5x7 7.75x7x6.5 Temperature Range (90% State of Charge at Start) -40deg. C > 5Yrs.: 20deg. C approx. 2Yrs.: 60deg. C approx. 1 Mo. Battery Life is variable depending on physical abuse, number of discharge cycles, depth & duration of discharge, operating temperature, etc. OF CHARGE: curve of open voltage vs. state of charge, is acurate within 20% of the rated capacity of the battery being measured if it has been charged or discharged within the past 24 hours. The accuracy increases to 5% if the cell has not been charged or dis- within the past 5 days. OPEN VOLTAGE VOLTS

  • Kingfisher Solar Cell Installation Manual

    SOLAR CELL MANUAL Company Foster Avenue, Wheeling, IL 60090-6574 847 f 847 e-mail [email protected] Internet www.kfco.com SUN & SOLAR POWER: intensity of the sun radiation changes with the hours of the day, time of the year and weather condi- The most productive hours of sunlight are from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.. most locations in the United States winter produces the least sunlight because of shorter days and cloud cover, as well as the sun lower position in the sky. diagram below illustrates the path of the sun over varying seasons. Remember when selecting a site your solar panel pick a spot that is clear of shade. A limb from a tree will substantially reduce power I N / SOLAR SOUTH: of a solar panel is best at solar south. Solar south is slightly different than magnetic or compass A quick way to determine solar south is to divide the span of time between sunrise and sunset in The position of the sun at the resulting time would be true solar south for your area. Company Foster Ave., Wheeling, IL. 60090-6574 847 f 847 e-mail [email protected] Internet: www.kfco.com 75093-1 03/01 1 TILT ANGLE: panels produce the most power when they are pointed directly at the sun. For installations where the panel is mounted to a permanent structure, the solar panel should be tilted for optimum winter per- As a rule, if the solar panel power is adequate in the winter, it will be satisfactory during the rest the year. The approximate tilt angle may be chosen from the following tabl Lattitude Degrees angle above horizontal in Degrees latitude + 5 degrees latitude + 10 degrees latitude + 15 degrees degrees latitude + Tilt angle 2 75093-1 03/01 Company Foster Ave., Wheeling, IL. 60090-6574 847 f 847 e-mail [email protected] Internet: www.kfco.com THIS INSTALLATION MANUAL completely before installing or servicing. SOLAR CELL CAREFULLY, as it can easily be damaged. NOT cut cable on or before shrink tube splice. SELECTION a position on a pedestal, wall, wood pole, or conduit where the solar cell will face Solar South (in Hemisphere) and will be high enough to deter vandalism. (See page 1 and 2 to help you in your MOUNT INSTALLATION MOUNT SOLAR CELL to KF50009 Pedestal using Stainless Steel Banding and Buckles. Route through two outer slots of mounting bracket. ROUTE wires up through pedestal cap, and down to call box enclosure. It may be necessary to bend the bracket to obtain the proper tilt angle, if so, care must be taken. Bracket Cell page 1 2 for tilt and Loop to Antenna Cap cell cable, between pedestal cap down to call box Banding Drip Loop Call Box 66005 Company Foster Ave., Wheeling, IL. 60090-6574 847 f 847 e-mail [email protected] Internet: www.kfco.com 75093-1 03/01 3 OR WOOD POLE INSTALLATION To mount to a wall or wood pole, the bracket must be bent as shown in illustration. MOUNT solar cell using stainless steel hardware. RUN conduit from the call box to a Unilet mounted next to the solar cell and possibly up to the It may be necessary to bend the bracket to obtain the proper tilt angle, if so, care must be taken. to Antenna & Grip Anchors S.S. Washers S.S. Screws Cell page 1 and 2 for tilt angle and Loop For wood pole mounting use #10 x 2 long stainless steel lag with washers. 4 75093-1 03/01 Company Foster Ave., Wheeling, IL. 60090-6574 847 f 847 e-mail [email protected] Internet: www.kfco.com